Greiner lined out to center.
- Detroit, Michigan 48201
- Line: DET -108
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Moncada homered to center (458 feet).||1||0|
|3rd||Harrison homered to center (417 feet).||1||1|
|5th||Moncada walked, Cordell scored, Engel to second, Sánchez to third.||2||1|
|7th||García singled to right, Cordell scored and Sánchez scored.||4||1|
|7th||Abreu doubled to deep left, Moncada scored and García scored.||6||1|
|7th||Alonso singled to left, Abreu scored.||7||1|
|7th||Greiner homered to left (367 feet).||7||2|
|9th||Goodrum homered to right (408 feet).||7||3|
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